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and montgomery county, no issues to report. over to you. >>> the time is 4:32. angie goff is at the live desk with breaking news. >> homes are wrecked a dozen people hurt. look at this video. this was captured near hattiesburg, mississippi. that's home to the university of southern mississippi where the storm mangled some of the campus buildings. here's what we know right now. the storm caused what's being called major damage. but there are no reports of any deaths. once the sun does come up, crews from the national weather service plan to be out and about to survey the damage. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> right now, thousands in the northeast still have no power after this weekend's blizzard. overnight the number of homes and businesses in the dark dropped to 150,000. many of those are in hard hit massachusetts. that is less than a quarter of the outages from saturday. people from pennsylvania all the way up to maine got as much as 3 feet of snow. the storm is being blamed for ten deaths. >>> transportation leaders hope air and train service will finally be back to normal by the
's express provide service to west falls church in the morning and afternoon rush. >> angie goff has breaking news. good morning. >> good morning to you. eight people dead, dozens hurt after a terrible bus crash in southern california. people were still being pulled from this wreckage hours after that crash. it happened on a mountain highway as a bus was leaving the big bear resort area and collided with a truck. still no word what caused this accident a the live did he say be, angie goff, news 4. >>> it's now been a week since a gunman stormed an alabama school bus killing the driver and kidnapping a 5-year-old boy. 65-year-old albert lee poe letters junior is at the center of this standoff. dykes is described as a loner. he's in an underground bunker with the boy. they are talking with the two and delivered food, toys and medicine to the boy. >>> as it drags on, hundreds gather to honor the bus driver killed trying to protect the children on the bus. he was remembered as a hero during his funeral yesterday. 20 other children were on the bus at the time of his death. the 66-year-old was prai
for a former lapd officer accused of going on a deadly rampage appears to be over. angie goff is at the live desk with more. >> police believe that search for that most wanted man in america right now, it is over. we just got word from investigators that they're trying to identify human remains found in the search for an accused cop killer. they found a charred body where they believe the ex-lapd officer christopher dorner barricaded himself. forensic tests have to be done now and dorner was holed up in that big bear cabin after he killed another officer during a gunfight with police. the officer killed is believed to be his fourth victim after he shot and killed three others this month. angie goff. >>> one of police officers that detectives believe dorn oar killed, michael crane will be laid to rest today. crane and his partner were stopped at a red light when according to police dorner drove up, opened fire on their car and fled. his partner was wounded but did survive. crane leaves behind a wife and two young children. >>> the ecomony is once again front and center for president obama. it
at 6:44. sunset at 5:58. when the rain will be arriving. thanks, tom. >>> angie goff at the live desk with breaking news. >> weeks before president obama is set to visit, rockets fired into israel. the attack damaged roads but no one was hurt. the first kind to hit israel. the attack comes days after a palestinian man died in a jail. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> president obama heads to virginia today to warn about the impact the looming sequester will have on the defense industry. the hampton roads region depends heavily on the military and defense spending. the president has three days to reach a deal with congress to avoid billions of dollars in spending cuts. we're not hearing of any progress toward an agreement. we haven't heard of any new negotiations. >> at some point we've got to do some governing. and certainly, what we can't do is keep careening from manufactured crisis to manufactured crisis. >> instead of using our military men and women as campaign props, the president was serious, he'd sit down with harry reed and begin to address our problems. >> the speake
. >>> danella, thank you. 6:03. angie goff is at the live desk with breaking news out of north korea. >> world powers are angry and preparing right now for an emergency meeting after north korea successfully conducts a nuclear test. since our last report, we've learned from experts the underground explosion had twice the power of the country's second test in 2009. right now japan is collecting air samples looking for traces of radioactive substances. president obama immediately called the test a highly provocative act and north korea went ahead with the test in d y defiance of -- even by china. looking ahead, the test will draw more sanctions against the north from the u.s. and other countries. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> this nuclear test comes as president obama prepares to call for a reduction in america's nuclear arsenal. we learned that he will talk about that proposal tonight during his state of the union address. the white house says the president is putting the finishing touches on the speech. focus will be primarily on the economy. and the billions of dollars in budget
who are in town for the annual governor's meeting. at the live desk, angie goff. >>> 15 after the hour. oscar pistorius expected to check in at a police station. this is part of his bail deal in connection with the murder charge against him concerning his girlfriend. it's the first time we expect to see pistorius since he was released on bail on friday. he has to sign in with police twice a week. he's charged with murdering his girlfriend. he denies those charges saying it was an accident. he thought she was an intruder. >>> a 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck central japan followed by two smaller tremors. the quake shook buildings about 100 miles away in tokyo but they didn't trigger a tsunami warning. no reports of damages or injuries. nuclear plants in the area also checked out okay. >>> right now, john kerry is overseas for his first trip as secretary of state. kerry is in london kicking off an 11-day, nine-country trip. he met with david cameron, british prime minister. later this afternoon, he will travel to swrerm any. part of his trip is the friends of syria conference in rome wh
:05. news 4's angie goff at the live desk. >>> breaking news out of vatican city. the vatican confirms that pope benedict will resign on february 28th. the vatican confirming this information. he made a statement in latin during a small event saying that he does not have the strength anymore. the vatican did not offer any more explanation but once again this breaking news out of vatican city that pope benedict will resign as of february 28th. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> thank you, angie. president obama will honor a hero from the war in afghanistan. he'll award this man the medal of honor. he and his fellow soldiers battled hundreds of taliban fighters for more than 12 hours in 2009. eight americans died. romesha will be the only third living member to receive the medal of honor. >>> authorities in california are preparing for another day of searching for a suspected killer. police in los angeles are offering $1 million for information on christopher dorner, an ex-police officer accused of murdering three people. officers surrounding a home improvement store yesterday aft
the accident. but you have to slow down. eun. >>> danella, thanks so much. 5:03. angie goff has breaking news out of north korea. angie. >> president obama reacts this morning after north korea conducts a nuclear test. the underground test was confirmed after the u.s. geological survey detected the 4.9 magnitude blast. pong yong saying they did it to cope with outrageous hostility that undermines their country. a wave of reaction from world leaders since followed. president obama released a statement calling the test a highly provocative act. he adds, north korea's missile programs are a threat to the world and the latest test warrants swift action by the international community. happening right now, u.n. secretary general ban ki-moon who condemns the test is organizing an emergency meeting to start at 9:00 a.m. our time. meanwhile, south korea has come out to say the north won't be able to avoid grave responsibility and china also expressing firm opposition to the nuclear tests this morning. now, this is north korea's third nuclear test since 2006 and the first since kim jong-un took power.
of february. he's missed that deadline four times in five years. >>> news 4's angie goff has breaking news at the live desk. >> we've got incredible video of a box truck that's dangling off a highway in south florida. look at this rescue effort under way. fire and rescue workers are responding after a person was trapped in this truck. now, this accident happened about an hour and a half ago in fort lauderdale. details limited right now. but this is what we know. police said two people were in the truck when this crashed. you can see it's leaning into part of that pillar there. one of the people was able to get out. one person is still in that truck and we're hearing that that person is unresponsive. as for the person at the hospital, their condition is still unknown. what you're seeing right now is they're trying to tie up a rope to secure the truck and the plan is we're hearing from officials to bring a tow truck on scene. you can see the red tow truck. they're going to use the rope to pull the truck off that dangling ledge. a difficult procedure indeed and hoping for the best. from the l
. pistorius could face more charges for having an unlicensed handgun and ammunition. at the live desk angie goff, news 4. >>> brace your self-for a chilly morning. the temperatures dropped like a rock and that's before you tack tore in the wind. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein here with more. >> temperatures are near or below freezing. that includes just about all of the of west virginia, virginia, maryland down to near 30 degrees. near the waters it's a little above freezing. most locations near 30 degrees. schenn owe da valley, same thing. much of western maryland, washington county into alleghany county into the upper 20s. look at the windchills there. the windchill at hagerstown is just 11 degrees. windchills right around washington and our nearby suburbs only around 20 degrees. air temperatures holding steady with a few clouds coming and going. wind gusting by 25 to 30 miles per hour. wind gusting to around 30 miles an hour. temperatures will be in the mid-30s. stafford virginia, hometown forecast by noontime there, should be a bit milder. up around the upper 30s. maybe near 40
. they say his release is the only way to improve ties between the countries. >>> angie goff with breaking news at the live desk. >> we just got word that the president will speak out to urge action to avoid the sequester. today, he'll be joined by emergency response personnel to talk about the automatic budget cuts that will happen if congress fails to come up with a plan by next friday. the cuts could impact hundreds of thousands of jobs and mill ir day and emergency response groups would take a big hit. the president will deliver the marks at 10:45. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> maryland leaders will urge congress to avoid the sequester. baker and montgomery county executive leggett as well as yeoman will come together in rockville to make the appeal. maryland's economy could be devastated by the billions of dollars in potential cuts. a new report backs up those county executives' argument. that report by wells fargo security warns that the entire d.c. area, including virginia and the district is one much regions that could be hurt the most. it authors say the government spe
with breaking news with angie goff at the live desk. >> new revelations on coming out of the oscar pistorius hearing moments ago. police just testified that they found testosterone and needles for injecting in the olympian's home. this is him arriving in court today. we soon learned after this that he could face more charges for possessing an unlicensed handgun and ammunition. prosecutors detailed their case against the track star accused of killing his girlfriend saying the shots fired appear to be at a downward angle suggesting pistorius was wearing his prosthetics. the olympian's attorney maintains that he thought his girlfriend was an intruder. mipistorius hoping he'll be released on bail but prosecutors saying he's a flight risk. >>> angie, thank you. want to get a look at our forecast this hour. tom kierein is here with that. >> even though these are the waning days of winter, february is not giving it up yet. it's cold this morning. down near freezing most of the region. roadways have dried out. the pavement dried out overnight from yesterday's rain. right now, around the metro area,
the shooting at sandy hook >>> i'm angie goff at the live desk. breaking news out of yemen. this just in to the newsroom. dramatic video of a fiery chopper crash. we're hearing seven deaths have been reported after an army helicopter crashed in yemen's capital. multiple people have been reportedly hurt. you can see that there's cars and buildings still on fire, still burning on the ground following this chopper crash. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> there are new details about the shooter in the sandy hook massacre. cbs news and the "hartford courant" report that they wanted to top the 77 people murdered in norway in 2011 by anders breivik. this theory is based on articles based on breivik found in lanza's bedroom. lanza was likely acting out a video game fantasy and picked sandy hook because it was the easiest target. police call it speculation and say there's no clear mow i have for the attack. >>> 16 after the hour. vice president joe biden will have a candid discussion on how to reduce gun violence. vice president biden leading the administration's effort to reduce gun v
's beautiful a dramatic ending to a days' long standoff. how the >>> i'm angie goff with breaking news out of iran. we're hearing that they're saying that their country plans to send their first astronauts into space by the year of 2018. officials saying that the flight will be of two trained iranian astronauts and it's slated between 2016 and 2018. the first mission will be go into sub orbital space where they'll be for about 30 minutes. this is the latest in a series of statements from iranian officials. last week they had a successful launch of a monkey into space. now, of course, tehran's nuclear and space programs have raised concerns with many people out in the west, as they suspect they could be using these missions as cover-ups for military purposes. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> today the fbi will check for explosives inside an underground bunker after rescuing a boy held hostage for close to a week. late yesterday afternoon, the fbi raided the bunker of 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes and saved that little boy. dykes died in the attack. it's not sure whether he took his o
with weather and traffic on >>> i'm angie goff at the live desk. pope benedict xvi speaking for the first time after his announcement that he is stepping down as pope. this is what he told the crowd. he said he is resigning for the good of the church. he repeatedly said in italian that he didn't have the strength to continue. he said i did this in the full liberty for the good of the church. you're looking at live pictures right now as the general meeting gets under way. this is benedict's first appearance since he shocked the world in news that he will leave his position at the end of the month. when he originally walked into the ceremony, it was an overwhelming warm reception. he's actually interrupted a few times with applause and with cheers. people reportedly had tears in their eyes. this is because today he could perhaps celebrate his final ash wednesday mass. also had the vatican saying it might be the last time he leads mass as well. because of this, the location has been changed. they're hosting this at st. peter's basilica. the vatican said that's to accommodate the huge crowds who w
. >>> 4:32 to you. angie goff has breaking news out of north korea. >> north korea confirms it successfully conducted a nuclear test and world leaders are reacting. it carried out the test of the nuclear bomb. after it was detected by the u.s. geological survey. in a statement, president obama described the test as a highly provocative act. he adds, north korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs constitute a threat to international security and that the north threatening activities warrants further swift and credible action bit international community. meanwhile, u.n. secretary general ban ki-moon condemns the test as a grave violation and called for an emergency meeting today. this is north korea's third nuclear test. the first in 2006 that happened near the site of the two previous atomic blasts. this morning, china has come out and expressed firm opposition to this nuclear test. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> angie, thank you. as a result of that, president obama will likely do a bit of rewriting today as he prepares for one of the more important
, aaron and eun over to you. >> danella, thank you. > angie goff has breaking news. >> oscar pistorius is back in court. prosecutors again detailing their case against the track star accused of premeditated murder his girlfriend. this is video of him arriving earlier this morning. they say that they do have a witness. the prosecutors say. who said she heard nonstop fighting between the couple leegd up to reeva steenkamp's death. pistorius may face more charges for possessing an unlicensed handgun and ammunition. investigators believe he may be a flight risk because he has off shore accounts. we'll follow the hearing all morning long. >>> the white house will lay out the new strategy to punish countries who steal government information online. the strategy could include fines, trade restrictions and other penalties. this comes as cyber security firm in virginia says it has proof that china's military is behind years of cyber attacks against u.s. companies. according to the virginia firm, a secret military unit headquartered in the building in shanghai stole data from more than 140 compa
're clear. aaron, over to you. >> thank you. angie goff has breaking news from the live desk. >> aaron, good morning. five people are dead others hurt after an earthquake rocked the solomon islands. it triggered a tsunami that hit santa cruz island damaging about 50 homes. more than 3 dozen aftershocks have rocked the region. a handful of villages were the hardest hit. officials expect the death toll to rise. a tsunami warning was recently can semd. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> police are looking for a missing 6-year-old girl last seen with her biological mother and a man wanted by police. eric burkes was granted temporary sole custody of his daughter ariana. he's raised her on his own since birth. he tells news 4 that his ex-girl friend has a medical condition that made her legally blind. she was in town with her 30-year-old boyfriend, roderick williams. both were in town visiting from arkansas. news 4 learned that arkansas want williams for a violation of probation. >> my daughter is in a dangerous situation right now. she's in a dangerous situation. she don't know anybody dow
at that time. >>> let's go to the live desk with angie goff. >> breaking news out of iran, aaron. a suicide bomber rams his car killing four people. two soldiers. it happened north of baghdad. we're hearing that more than a dozen people were hurt. this is a violent hotspot. on monday, 22 people were killed after another suicide bombing. the victims, sunni fighters who were collecting their salaries outside militia headquarters. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> congress will begin looking at plans to overall the nation's unemployment laws. the house judiciary committee will hold its first hearing on the issue. the committee plans to hold several more in the coming months. its republican chairman hopes the hearings lead to at least one immigration reform bill in the house. president obama unveiled the proposal last week. >>> we'll have to wait until spring for congress to wage a bitter battle over the debt limit in the nation. president obama signed into law a bill that raises the government's borrowing limit through the middle of may. it will allow the government to continue paying
:32 now. angie goff is at the live desk. good morning. >> good morning, eun. any minute now we should know whether or not paralympic star makes bail. this after he sobs uncontrollably in court had morning after he's officially charged with premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend. pistorius who is accused of shooting his model girlfriend reeva steenkamp argues he's not a danger to the public. prosecutors say the track star attached his prosthetic legs before shooting his girlfriend. the sportster canceled all future races to focus on the charges against him. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> vice president biden will log on for an online town hall. the vp will take questions about how to reduce gun violence in the country. parents magazine sponsoring this town hall. the vice president leading the administration's efforts to reduce gun violence since the shooting massacre at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. it will be streamed on the facebook page and on the white house website. >>> new details about a possible mow sif in the sandy hook shooting. cbs news and the "har
to almost $10 in just three months. >>> angie goff is at the live desk. >>> thank you, aaron. president obama just released a individual wroe on the white house blog that is close to his roots. take a listen. >> over the years, i've been greatly moved by the warmth and spirit, the strength and resolve of the kenyan people and i've been grateful for my connection to kenya and how you've welcomed me and my family to your beautiful country. >> using a swahili greeting, the president -- to be nonviolent when kenyans go to the polls next month. this is the first national election since 2007 when the presidential vote there turned violent. 1,000 people died. angie goff, back to you. >>> back here at home, we're learning that sunday's super bowl blackout may not have been a total shock. in fact, engineers in new orleans were apparently concerned about something like this happening in october. we have a memo from the louisiana stadium and exposition district which operates the superdome in new orleans. that memo is dated october 15th and it warns that tests on the dome's electrical feeders show
another nuclear test. >> angie goff at the news 4 live desk with breaking news. >> breaking political news right now. thank you, aaron. >> today this morning we're hearing that tag romney may run for the senate. the boston herald reporting this morning that the oldest son of the former gop presidential nominee, mitt romney is considering a senate run in massachusetts. of course, this is for the upcoming special election. romney is reportedly considering a bid to replace john kerry who starred as secretary of state. all this comes a week after former republican senator announced that he would not be making a bid for another senate seat. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> incoming secretary of state john kerry arrives for his first day on the job. he will address his new employees this morning at the state department. it was a busy first weekend for the now former massachusetts senator. he talked to palestinian president mahmoud abbas and israeli president shimon peres about the middle east peace process. kerry also talked to officials from turkey, canada and mexico. >> the group rais
and no issues as you connect to new york avenue a. i'm back in ten. eun, over to you. >> thank you. angie goff has breaking news. good morning. >> eun, this breaking news out of london. a 500-year-old mystery, has it been unlocked in archeologists are saying a test on a skull found in a parking lot makes a "highly convincing case" that it is the remains of the king or king richard iii. the big announcement as researchers get ready to confirm whether or not a skeleton exhumed last september are indeed the remains of the king. the remains were dug up from the same place historians say he was buried after dying in battle. dna t nchlt achlna tests are be. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> don't look now. gas prices are on the rise again. the national rise up .17 from a week ago to $3.52. d.c. drivers paying $3.70, 0.13 more than a week ago. virginia is the heapest. paying $3.40. a yum of 14 cents. maryland has seen a hike of 15 cents. the average $3.54 a gallon. in west virginia, drivers paying 15 cents more than a week ago. >>> if you commute from loudoun county today, you have new option
, the potential >>> i'm angie goff with breaking news. the death toll is rising in russia after a mine explosion. ten people are dead now. seven others feared trapped. right now, nearly 300 rescuers are searching for the missing men. this is in the northern part of the country. officials said that 23 men were in the mine at the time of the blast. four were able to escape. officials believe a buildup of methane gas triggered the blast. nine people died in two separate mine accidents in the country. i'm angie goff, news 4. >>> we're following developments in a deadly stampede in india. the death toll has risen to 36 at the train platform. thousands were home from a festival when a railway official announced a last minute platform change. as people rushed to the new platform, a footbridge collapsed causing the stampede. millions were taking part in the hindu festival that happens every 12 years. >>> two cars fly off a california cliff. san joez fire crews rescued two people from a vehicle that fell 150 feet off a cliff into a ravine. one passenger was able to climb out of the car. the other trapped
in the courtroom. >>> were we need to be in the know at all ti >>> i'm angie goff with breaking news from the live desk. another dead lay tack in iraq. two officers were shot when machine gunfire was opened on police outside of baghdad. that according to iraqi officials. four others were hurt. the attackers were reportedly shooting cars they sprayed that checkpoint. this is the third day in a row militia forces have been targeted in this area. at the news 4 live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> that will be $10,000. >> are you serious? >> i am serious. adios. >> shock in the miami courthouse after a young woman flipped off a judge after repeatedly laughing and talking back to the judge. this woman who is being held on drug possession charges got her $5,000 bond doubled to $10,000. didn't stop there, though. the girl continued to hassle the judge. now she's looking at 30 days in a dade county jail cell. >>> today the man accused of shooting a security guard at a christian lobbying group headquarters is due in court. the shooting happened last august at the family research council. corkins is charged w
of the catholic church. nothing like this happened before in the modern mechanics of the church. angie, two obvious questions. why and what happens next? >> good morning to you. even with the answers we have people remain in shock over this announcement. he also gave his blessing in finding the next leader of the catholic church. leading the prayer this morning at the vatican, pope benedict xvi told a small group he's leaving at the end of the month. in a statement he says his strength due to his age has deteriorated making him unable to fulfill the demands of the position. the vatican said he's not leaving because of difficulties with the papacy. benedict is the first pontiff to step down in more than 700 years. a vatican spokesman told the "today" show there was fair warning about the decision. >> clearly he doesn't physically feel up to the job. i think this was an act of humility to admit that. a couple top officials have known for some time, certainly several weeks i was told that just this morning. i only found out a few hours beforehand from the pope's chief of staff. >> the responsi
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